Friday, January 07, 2022

Cozy Cabin

Hi everyone.  Today I'm sharing a no-line watercoloured card using a beautiful winter scene from Penny Black (Cozy Cabin).

I started by stamping the image onto Hot Press watercolour paper in Antique Linen distress ink (very light).  Then used a variety of other distress ink colours to watercolour the image and add a light blue to the sky.  Finished the card by using white acrylic paint to add snow to the trees, cabin and splattered over the whole card.  The sentiment (Snowflake Season by Penny Black) is stamped in brown.

Close-up ...

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We have had a lot of snow over the past week.
Jessie has enjoyed hopping through the deep snow and as always,
finding the biggest stick she can carry makes her happy.

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Stamps:  Cozy Cabin; Snowflake Season (both Penny Black)
Paper:   Watercolour Paper (Arches 140 lb. Hot Press)
Ink:   Distress Inks:  Antique Linen, Rusty Hinge, Gathered Twigs, Ground Espresso, Mowed Lawn, Rustic Wilderness, Fired Brick, Tumbled Glass (Tim Holtz)
Accessories:  paint brushes, splatter brush, white acrylic paint



Linda said...

Gorgeous winter scene, beautifully watercoloured.
Love your photo of Jessie in the snow ...... she's so adorable.
I wish we had snow. There's been a little bit on the mountain but it didn't last very long. Have a lovely weekend ...... stay warm and cosy xx

Susan said...

Lovely little winter cabin! Great job on the no-line watercolouring. Jessie looks like she's really been enjoying the snow (and her huge stick).

HilaryJane said...

Lovely little scene, it completely matches what you have going on outside. Glad Jessie enjoys it xx

nancy littrell said...

LOVE your cozy snow covered watercolored cabin and trees, Lolly. Adding swiped white acrylic brush strokes to your trees was genius, my friend. I must check out the beautiful stamp set. TFS and always inspiring me:-) The photo of Jessie playing in the snow and finding a big stick is so cute. TFS Love and Hugs..Nancy

nancy littrell said...

P.S. What is a splatter brush? Hugs..

Pat said...

I adore your sweet scene Loll and the added snow on the trees and cabin and spattered for falling snow, and I love the wisps of smoke from the chimney and the soft blue so pretty! x

Bonnie said...

This cabin does look cozy and and inviting place to snuggle up during the snow! That stick is bigger than Jesse! I'll be she felt very proud to have captured it!

kiwimeskreations said...

You have created a sweet snow scene here Loll - love it. Jessie look so cute with that stick :)
Stay safe

Brenda in IN said...

If you had to be out in the snow, this is the place to go to. A beautifully water colored cozy cabin with a fire in the fireplace. Jessie looks so pleased with her find.

MortiCraft said...

What a gorgeous snow scene. Your no line colouring is wonderful. I especially like the style in which you have done your trees. Thanks for playing along with Christmas Craft Creations. X

Papercraft Boutique said...

The little cabin looks so cozy , Loll! Love how you added snow to the tree with acrylic paint. The smoke from the chimney looks realistic too.
Jessie is so adorable playing in the snow. She looks happy and proud. "Look, Mom, I found this big one for you!" :-)
Hideko xx

Trina P. said...

What a sweet and cozy cabin scene. Your no-line watercoloring is gorgeous.

Jessie is so cuuutte!

Mac Mable said...

What a pretty Winter scene with fabulous colouring Loll x. Thank you for the smile at the end x.

Lisa Elton said...

Love this sweet cozy creation, Loll!

Colleen said...

This is amazing, Loll, your coloring is superb! The cabin with all the shading is so realistic and I LOVE your snow! Happy New Year!

Darnell said...

Look at Jessie! She is bringing firewood to the cabin in the woods! What a full-circle and delightful card and post, Lolly! Love, Dolly

BożenA said...

When I saw this winter scene, I was really delighted! It looks so amazing and the trees with a layer of white acrylic give the impression that it is a large format oil painting. What an amazing card, Loll !!
BożenA xx

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, stop! Your gorgeous card had my jaw dropped and then I scrolled along and saw your adorable Jessie. What a delight! Cuteness overload!

Karen Dunbrook said...

awesome...I want to be cozy this feels like -32 right now! ugh.
xx Karen

Barb Ghig said...

You never cease to amaze me with your watercoloring, Loll...somehow you can work those distress inks to create magic on your images...WOW! Such a lovely winter scene!
It's always fun to see what Jessie is up to :) I'm glad to see she is enjoying the snow ~ xx